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Alan Watt - Future Studies, Collectivism & Culture of Death
August 12, 2007
Alan Watt, born in Scotland, is a long-term researcher into the causative forces behind major changes in historical development. His background is that of a renaissance man with a background in three professions, plus having various books published in religions, philosophy, poetry, mainly under pseudonyms. For the first hour, Alan talks about future studies, scarcity and collectivism. We begin talking about weird weather, chemtrails, HAARP, climate change and the implementation of a global government propelled by global warming. Later, we discuss changing images of man, "A Computer-based Exploration of Alternative Futures for Mankind 2000", the individual vs. the collective, the hive, Tavistock Institute, Aldous Huxley and much more. In our members section, Alan addresses the danger of television, "The Flicker and the Manipulation" and the sacrifice and acclimatization to the "Culture of Death". Other Topics Discussed: population control & reduction, abortion and stem cell research, vaccines, aluminum, aspartame, pharmaceutical companies, Bayer, cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil, sacrifice, the acclimatization of the "Culture of Death", flashmobs, uprising, demonstrations, population anger, China, one child policy, population growth control, revelations and the mark of the beast.


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